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Real Madrid Player Ratings 2022: Fifa Ultimate Team Rating



Real Madrid Player Ratings

Real Madrid Player Ratings – Ahead of the first league Clasico of the season against Xavi’s in-form Barcelona team, everyone’s attention was focused on Carlo Ancelotti’s starting XI and the person that would replace Karim Benzema. Fede Valverde was moved to the right flank, and Rodrygo Goes was inserted into the starting lineup in lieu of Benzema at the number nine position.

The line-up had been thrown together hastily with the intention of pressing high, but it was unsuccessful on every level. Real Madrid crowded the midfield with numerical dominance, but they constantly seemed like they were missing a guy. They were lifeless in the attack, and Xavi’s men ran wild at the Bernabeu Stadium. Los Blancos were defeated in a manner that was demeaning, and the majority of their players wore subpar performances on the night in question. Complete player ratings for the match are listed below:

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Real Madrid Player Ratings 2022

Thibaut Courtois – 8.5: One of the few players who can still be useful despite the loss is Thibaut Courtois, who has a score of 8.5. During this game, he came up huge by making several saves that prevented goals from being scored. If not for Thibaut, this game might have ended with six or seven goals, all scored by Barcelona. The Belgian goalkeeper made six saves, all of which were on strikes coming from inside his own 18-yard area.

Dani Carvajal—1: Dani Carvajal’s life has taken a depressing turn for the worse in a short amount of time. The graduate of Real Madrid’s youth program has not been performing at the level required to be a starting right back for the club, and his difficulties were highlighted once more today by the ease with which Ferran Torres and Pedri played down Real Madrid’s right side.

Eder Militao-1: The worst performance of the Brazilian player while wearing the Real Madrid shirt belongs to Eder Militao-1. exhibited a wild and uncontrolled playing style. On Barcelona’s first goal, Aubameyang beat the Brazilian to the ball, and on Barcelona’s second goal, Araujo beat the Brazilian to the ball on a corner kick. Both goals were scored by Barcelona. By the time the game was over, he gave the impression that he had given up, which is not the attitude or application that is expected of a player for Real Madrid.

David Alaba — 3: Contributed to both of the first two goals that were given up by the team. Strangely, both Militao and Alaba decided to try to reach Dembele’s cross with their feet rather than their heads in order to complete the challenge. The Austrian performed significantly better in the second half as Madrid’s left back, making one important pass and one shot that was actually on target.

Nacho-1: A night that will go down in infamy for the stand in skipper, Nacho-1. Dembele scored the game’s first goal by beating the makeshift fullback, and he continued to have his way with the defender for the majority of the evening. The only thing that Nacho contributed to the offensive was playing the ball out of bounds multiple times. Other than that, he didn’t really contribute much.

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Casemiro 4: received a score of 4 because he struggled to keep up with the movement of Barcelona’s midfield and because De Jong routinely forced him out of place. Still was able to make a few important tackles and finish the game with two vital passes, which is more noteworthy than many of his other teammates’ performances.

Toni Kroos — 2: Toni Kroos was taken out of the game at halfway since he had contributed very little to this match. Because Madrid’s press was so weak, Toni Kroos and the other Madrid midfielders were on different wave lengths, which allowed Barcelona to exploit massive spaces in Madrid’s defense.

Luka Modric—3: Asked to play in the position of false nine in the first half, which resulted in all of Modric’s talents being completely wasted. Was rushing all over the field in an effort to press Barcelona, but the effort was futile because he and his teammates were unable to press Barcelona as a unit.

Fede Valverde—5: Ancelotti had the Uruguayan man-marking Pedri for significant portions of the game; nevertheless, the man-marking role threw the midfield out of shape and provided opportunities for Barcelona to capitalize on the open space between the lines. Put in a lot of effort and managed to finish three dribbles while also winning four out of five ground duels. In addition to Courtois, was a performance that might be saved.

Vinicius Junior—2: Araujo, who was able to equal him in terms of pace, was victorious over him. Dribbled the ball, but did it frequently while under pressure. Had the opportunity to pull Real Madrid back into the match, but rather than preserving his calm, he chose for the dramatics and plunged before being touched by Ter Stegen. This prevented him from bringing Madrid back into the match. The angles at which the Brazilian pressed rendered the press ineffective, as players for Barcelona still had every route available to play a pass. This was demonstrated in the buildup to Barcelona’s third goal, in which Ter Stegen easily played the ball back to Araujo.

Rodrygo—2: Played for more over an hour but only had 8 passes and 24 touches, both of which were lower than Thibaut Courtois’ totals.


Eduardo Camavinga—5: Came in to try to change the course of the game at halftime, but instead things only grew worse as Carlo decided for another experimental formation. Camavinga came on to try and reverse the tide of the contest. Camavinga took control of the ball and started moving it forward gently as the game was winding down, but Barcelona had already started to take their foot off the gas pedal, making it difficult for them to catch up.

Mariano Diaz—4: He ran his hardest, like he always does, but reaching the highest level demands more than simply effort.

Lucas Vazquez—3: Ferran Torres was able to get away from you just a few seconds after you came onto the field. Gavi screamed out in frustration after being defeated by the 17-year-old by the margin of just one touch.

Marco Asensio 4: received a score of 4 because he was able to make one good touch that resulted in a foul being committed by Dani Alves, but other than that, he saw very little of the ball and had very little of an influence. Had one driving run with the ball at his feet, but he dribbled into a mob of Barcelona players, which started a transition attack for the other team.

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